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The Movie "Everything Went Down" available on Amazon - A Tender Story of a Grieving College Professor and a Songwriter Who has Lost Her Creative Side

A tender movie I have found dealing with the loss of a spouse from a man's point of view is "Everything Went Down". This is an independent movie by Dustin Morrow and is about a college professor who lost his wife two years earlier. During this time, he feels numbing grief due to his loss and is the shell of a person. He meets a young songwriter who has lost her creative side for music. The two develop a friendship over the next few weeks and this helps him to overcome his loss while she finds new inspiration in writing music. This is a touching story filmed around the beautiful Northwest Pacific coastline. The movie is available for purchase on Amazon and the link below highlights the movie. This movie has helped me to better understand my loss and how having a close friend can help one get their life back on track. 

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